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. they used k-9 dogs. the fire department brought in ladders to look over the roofs. they did not find anything of significance, which means the school can reopen tomorrow. when it does, there will be counselors on hand in case any of the students want to talk about what happened here. >> their school is a safe place for them. i don't want them to be afraid to come to school. we take everything -- all possible precautions to keep them safe. and we do what we can. these types of events tend to happen at night when the students are not here. >> reporter: the school district tells us the school and its fences were locked up when the shooting happened around 8:45 last night. again, it was after hours. there were reports of several gunshots coming from the school. deputies arrived to find a young man, 18 or 19 years of age, bleeding from a bullet wound. he was lying in the school's field by a chain link fence. he died later at eden medical center. the s.o. has not yet confirmed his id. they are looking into whatever he was shot over a game of dice. what happened here has been very unnerving
.a.r.t. station where dallas used to sit. >> he was a really sweet man. he always helped those around him, whoever needed it. he always helped me and i always helped him. he did lead a quiet life. >> reporter: at 77 years old, he sold the chronicle and other papers for decades. >> the victim was working, had taken a break on the sidewalk, a suspect approached him, said something to the victim then put him down on the concrete. >> reporter: he suffered hip injuries and after weeks in the hospital, he died. the investigation now a homicide. customers today left flowers saying they can't believe it. >> pretty awful, particularly you know, you don't really expect that in this area particularly. and you know, you hear about these stories of people being pushed in front of trains in new york and that kind of stuff. i haven't heard of anything like this. it's really awful. >> reporter: it was 11:00 a.m., the financial district. witnesses got him back on his feet. miller believes ayers may have been robbed. his wall let was missing, but investigators say they don't believe anything was taken. what is gone
. chp officers say when they searched basham's home, they found dangerous materials used to make explosives. >>> we have new details this morning surrounding a deadly shooting and a car crash in las vegas that completely shuts down the busiest part of that famous strip. we're now learning the intersection featuring caesar's palace and the bellagio will be shut down for most of the day. there was a shootout between two vehicles. police say a maserati and a black suv were stopped at a red light when somebody started firing a gun. the two cars then sped through the red light. the maserati slammed into a taxi. the taxi burst into flames instantly killing a passenger and that driver. and that started a chain reaction. ended with five cars involved. police say the black suv involved in that shooting managed just to speed away. >>> olympian oscar pistorius will return to court tomorrow for day four of his bail hearing, this as a lead investigator in this case is dropped because he is facing attempted murder charges of his own. police say detective hilton botha is scheduled to appear in
groups are lending their support to this idea. arturo santiago joins us live. you just heard city council members and environmentalist groups speaking out on banning styrofoam takeout on restaurants. what are they saying? >> caller: this proposed ordinance that would ban styrofoam food packages took nearly two years. they feel they can finally get it done. environmental groups along with a san jose councilman gathered at the park to pry open a manhole cover in order to access a storm water capture device. this cylinder was installed last summer and has not been yet cleaned out. it filters out garbage from 68 acres of storm water runoff. the idea is to show the advanced amount of polystyrene that can pollute our storm water system. save our shore, california clean water action and save the bay are all speaking out in favor of thf proposed ordinance. they all agree that tough poll sis and regulations are needed to reduce the amount of styrofoam trash that's in the bay area creeks and san francisco bay. >> that plastic and styrofoam are a huge component of trash that ends up in the bay. a lo
. >> i hope to hear from the president in the state of the union he wants to join us in trying to effect much smarter cuts in spending. >> the result could be a huge blow to middle class families and our economy as a whole. all our economic progress could be put at risk. >> after tomorrow's address, president obama hits the road with his plan for the budget and ideas to stimulate the economy starting in north carolina on wednesday. >> arizona-based go daddy today will open up silicon valley offices for the very first time. so the question remains, scott mcgrew, what took so long to get here? >> that's something we'll ask the go daddy ceo today. the company opening its west coast offices in sunnyvale. go daddy best known for its risque commercials but it ap a serious company. a company that struggled lately in the loss over a porn site. though most experts say it will never stand. we'll have more about go daddy tonight as we see that kiss yet again. >>> "the wall street journal" and "the new york times" says that apple is working on a wearable device, sort of a wristwatch. although a wris
to you. neighbors tell us they're certain ly upset by this. among the people hit, two small children, but they also tell us they're not totally surprised that it happened at all. even where these people were crossing, they say that drivers often just don't slow down. now, pittsburgh police arrested 24-year-old noah delgado about 45 minutes after four people were hit. a 29-year-old woman was pushing a 1-year-old in a stroller and the woman's 7-year-old daughter was riding on a bicycle as they crossed the street about 5:45 last night. witnesses saw it and helped lead police to the car which was several blocks away from the scene. police say he took off from the car and they located him about 45 minutes later. one neighbor told me he has to warn clients at his group home to be very careful. here's pittsburgh police. >> alcohol does not seem to be a factor at this point for the collision and our traffic investigators are still working to determine the speeds and anything else that may have led to this collision. >> and we have to let those guys know that in this area, especially not when
in concord that gutted a second story unit on tioga road. barbara dell is live at the complex and joins us now. crews did a good job of containing the fire. >> reporter: kept it from spreading much further. the fire department has left within the past hour. the fire is out, the residents are safe and most of the evacuees have been allowed back inside to their homes here. this after a fire ripped through one of their neighbor's units early this morng. now, the fire department tells us the woman who live there is is very lucky she made it out unharmed. >> the good thing is that the homeowner had a working smoke alarm. it woke her up this morning and saved her life. >> without it? >> without it, she probably would have at least needed rescue and may have even killed her. >> reporter: the fire department believes the fire was accidental. that it started around a gas fireplace in that unit just before 7:00 this morning. they are still trying to figure out what was the source of ignition. the fire destroyed her unit, damaged the unit below and next door. when the fire department arrived, the fir
an asteroid out there, not going to hit us, just give us a close shave in 20 to 25 minutes. this is an asteroid about 150 feet in diameter will miss earth by only 17,000 miles. cosmiccally speaking, that's very close, closer to us than some of our own satellites. >> its proximity and its size, it will still appear probably as a little dot of light moving against the background of the stars. so even in this big powerful telescope, we're not going to have such a close view of this object that you might see it shape. we might see a change in brightness of this object if it's rotating as it moves across the sky. >> astronomers here at the chabot space center in oakland where i'm at right now will be keeping an eye on this when it comes into view tonight. they're part of a special network of observatories collecting and data. they'll have a viewing party here inside their large 36-inch reflector telescope room, which you can see right there. this will be between 7:30 and 10:30 tonight. it is free and open to the public. i have such great faith in our astronomers that i can say t
council has voted on a moratorium on sweepstakes cafe. they'll use it to revise current zoning regulations. right now there are two cafes operating in hayward. alameda county has already begun shutting down similar businesses at unincorporated areas. internet sweepstakes cafes offer patrons las vegas-style gambling themed games. >>> the city of san jose flipping a major switch working to reconnect some 900 street lights. crews starting to work this weekend along streets like camden avenue, blossom hill road and tully road. those lights were shut off four years ago because of budget cuts. the city council recently approved a plan to get them turned back on. this should take about three months to finalize the work. >>> parking near at&t park is about to get even more expensive during giants home games or other special events at the ballpark. we're talking quite a bit more. on event days, the meters will cost up to $7 an hour between 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. that's compared to just a quarter, 25 cents on nonevent days. the new rates go into effect just in time for the world baseball classic which
&t park. bob joins us live with all the details. >> reporter: good morning. that news conference just wrapped up here at pier 48 with ed lee announcing that this city's oldest manufacturer, the anchor brewing company, will be building a new brewery, restaurant and museum at this location, making them the first tena tenant. anchor brewing tells us they've outgrown their current location, which they'll still keep, but by adding pier 48, they'll quadruple their production of beer, bringing 200 new jobs to the city while at the same time, creating a new experience for fans of their brew, which has been in sf for 117 years now. >> we see this as being a bustling center in san francisco. there will be so much going on here. we'll have people wandering around here, going on tours. it will be a destination for locals and tourists alike, so we're very excited about the potential we have for exposing anchor to the world. >> so, what we see is increasingly the front door of the ballpark. people coming from the south bay into our ballpark and they have this great brew pub and manufacturing facili
. >> that neighbor also tells us they believe that he used to be an engineer at a tech company but had not been working for some time. now back out here live outside bashham's residence here on humboldt avenue. the homes around here were evacuated when they found the bombmaking material and during the detonation of that material. but the residents have been allowed back home. everyone within this neighborhood is here. they're allowed to be here. right now they say there is no danger. they just want to go back inside and make sure there's nothing they might have missed last night. reporting live in santa clara, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> the aclu is making serious accusations against the fbi for a plan in oakland. he was arrested at a bank of america. he's accused of trying to detonate a bomb he put together with an undercover fbi agent posing as an accomplice, but the aclu is crying foul. the organization says more frequently in terrorist sting operations the fbi not only puts vast majority of that bomb together, it says the agency creates the plots where the bomb will be used. >> they'
and within our sense that god remains with us. >> it will definite ly take administrative part of the church. but in terms of believing in the lord, it doesn't change that. >> reporter: father benedict hopes that catholics consider this to be an experience in which to feel the continuity of the church and faith. there will be a special mass at 7:00 tonight here at st. joseph cathedral and it will include san jose bishop patrick mcgrath. they'll be celebrating the pope's retirement and praying for a smooth transition. we're live in san jose. i'm arturo santiago, nbc bay area news. >>> pope benedict xvi is the first pope in 600 years to resign. it is a very big deal. mary ann ahern is live in vatican city. what's the atmosphere like out there right now? >> reporter: it has been a most unusual day, marla, very dramatic. when the pope met this morning starting out his day with cardinals, you could tell that they had so much affection for him by their applause. each one stopping and speaking to him. and even a few handing him notes. he had words for them telling them that he would be obedient to
that are already open on saturdays will stay open on saturdays. now this morning at a news conference the u.s. postmaster general says the elimination of saturday mail is necessary to save about $2 billion a year. money that is badly needed. just last year the postal service lost almost $16 billion. that was a record amount. it was so bad it defaulted on billions of dollars of payments to its pension fund. the post office blames some of its recent troubles on the internet as more and more customers stop buying stamps and instead pay their bills online, which is free and much more convenient. >> letter care yertss tell me, mr. donahue, get the five-day, preserve package delivery on saturday. customers want that. we don't have enough mail to sustain that. they know that. >> everything in my post box is flyers and bills. >> on saturdays? >> on every day. >> so you are not going to miss either of those? >> rightp. >> i'm disappointed in the way the government's going right now. they're closing all these jobs down for people. and basically it's a tragic thing. a lot of jobs lost by that, don't you
snowy in big bear lake, which prevented the sheriffs from using a helicopter with infrared detection. they figure it hampers dorner's ability to move. there have been a doum of dorner sightings, but none have panned out. they took his pickup truck for evidence last night. there was a vigil for one of the officers he's shot. one has died. the other is expected to live. dorner's accused of killing a young couple over the weekend. dorner has posted online what is being characterized as a manifesto in which he lists grudges against specific people. investigators believe he is trying to avenge his dismissal from lapd which took place back in 2009. jon, marla? >> bob, a lot to put out there. thanks so much. dorner does have his supporters. this facebook page surfaced late yesterday called i support christopher jordan dorner. this morning it's received more than 1300 likes just earlier this morning about four hours ago there were 900 likes. people posting things like, i hope they write about you in the history books. and you will not die in vain. we'll bring you the latest developments on a
building with the new details for us. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. the marine county sheriff's office tells us that the man killed in this weekend's boating accident was harry hoelzhauer. he's a 68-year-old man from just outside portland. he was down here visiting his friend who happens to live here in the bay area. both were on their friend's boat. and it was hoelzhauer who was piloting it when it collided with a ferry saturday afternoon. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow to determine what was the cause of the death, whether it was the impact itself or a prior medical condition. they interviewed the friend who is at marin general who is recovering from his incident. he was communicative and remembers everything up to the point of the collision, but coast guard will not release details until they wrap up their investigation, which could be several days more. their 22-foot boat was report lid speeding when it collided with the "ms san francisco" on it way from sausalito to the ferry building. the accident happened south of t tiburon and raccoon st
cruz, bob redell. >>> thank you, bob. here's background on that suspect bob told us about. 35-year-old jeremy goulet, a guy whose record shows a few run-ins with the law. back in 2008 he was found guilty of peeping at a woman while she showered and from friday the santa cruz sentinel says that goulet was arrested by police for disorderly conduct. an employee at a local coffee shop telling the paper goulet was fired saturday from his job serving coffee after he broke into a co-worker's house friday night and tried to sexual assault her. >>> make sure to stay with nbc bay area all day long as we continue with the coverage of this story. investigations right now -- the investigators are planning an update at 11:30. we'll bring you the updates on nbcbayarea.com, just search santa cruz. >>> today police in las vegas identifying a new person of interest in that deadly shooting and crash on the strip last week. police say 22-year-old tineesha lashun howard was in the car with the suspect ammar harris when he fired shots into a maserati driven by oakland rapper kenny cherry. that maserati
reforms to avoid a federal takeover. >>> new details to tell you about after a suicide bombing at the u.s. embassy in turkey. at least one person now confirmed dead. several others are wounded as investigators there try to figure out exactly who is behind this attack. local reporters say the bomber is a turkish citizen. witnesses say he entered the u.s. embassy compound in ankara through a side gate and he made it as far as the first x-ray machine before finally detonating and explosive, killing both himself and a security guard. the u.s. embassy has acknowledged this attack did happen through a statement thanking turkish authorities for their assistance. they say at this point there will be more details coming and will be issued later. >>> now, to the big game. the quest for six and a lot of people calling this one the harbowl. brothers john and jim harbaugh giving their press conference this morning. they talked about how they're preparing for the big day and the reality that one of them will be going home very did i pointed when this game is all over. >> you do think about sh obviously
their safety. >> i don't think everything is fine. their escalators are not working. the people surrounding us were totally drunk and disorderly and awful. and i figured if i had to get out from up on the terrace level, i wouldn't be able to get out. some of those drunks would run right over and kill me. >> the utility company says the abnormality was due to an equipment failure. stadium officials say there was a power surge. the power was out for 34 minutes. >> just like the team, no doubt, the 49er faithful still suffering from buzz kill hangover this morning after last night's very tough loss to those baltimore ravens. take a close look at the celebrations in baltimore. hundreds of ravens fans had the good side of this one. spilling into the streets and cheering on top of cars to celebrate. on top of buildings sbl. they fired off some fireworks. that's the victory goes the spoils, right? >> here's the spoils. in san francisco, a much more subdued reaction. probably some tears. but police were prepared to handle any mischief. christie smith is live in san francisco with how fans reacted to t
we need them to call us, we need them to come home. >> we're not going to get my brother home if we're not smart about this and we don't think through what moves, you know -- how can we be intelligent about this rather than going into the dark place, you know, that people could go into. we have to unite as a family and use the education that we have and the resources we have. >> garrett hand's mom said they're told there's video of them getting off a bus in lima and into a taxi. it's believed they may have taken a bus to copolca. and people say they saw them after the banking and facebook stopped. this journey was expected to end very soon n the coming days. now they're just sitting by the phone hoping and waiting for good news. reporting live in lon covered, christie smith. >>> palo alto still looking for a man who reportedly tried to rob another man at gunpoint. they say around 8:30 friday night a man who looks like this rode up on a bicycle outside webster parking garage, pulled out a gun and demanded cash. the victim tried to wrestle that gun away, but when he couldn't, he says
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